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25 June, 08:08

Historians can learn a lot about Babylonia from Hammurabi's code. According to the code, Babylonian religion was ...

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  1. 25 June, 08:24
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    Historians can learn a lot about Babylonia from Hammurabi's Code. According to the Code, Babylonian religion was Polythestic and Monothestic because some groups believed in more than one god while others mainly believed on one god According to the Code, theBabylonian economy was based on Putting work on the field.
  2. 25 June, 08:58
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    The "Hammurabi's Code" comprises around 282 rules to ensure justice in comercial interactions and basically any type of interaction in Mesopotamian times under the Babylonian's control, a classist society where nobles had more dignity than slaves and freedmen, believing the king's power came from the gods, and they worshiped several gods, thus Babylonian religion was polytheisic.
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